The bedroom tax is an ideological attack on the poorest and most
vulnerable in society.
Over 660,000 households are set to be affected by the Bedroom Tax with
around two thirds containing a person with disabilities.
In Stoke-on-Trent and Newcastle-under-Lyme over 4500 households will be
Households will see a cut in housing benefit by 14% for 1 unoccupied
bedroom and 25% for 2 unoccupied bedrooms.
The average cut will be £14 per week (£728 per year).
We the undersigned call on Stoke-on-Trent City Council to
publicly condemn the Bedroom Tax and to promise there will be no
evictions in the city as a result of the effects of the tax.
We oppose the Bedroom Tax - No Evictions!
Petition to be returned to Stoke-on-Trent City Council.
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john degg, United Kingdom2 years ago Comments: ridiculous
linda hammond, United Kingdom2 years ago Comments: The mark of a civilised society is how it teats its most vulnerable people!
alan thmpson, United Kingdom2 years ago Comments: bedroom tax is stealing from the poor to give to the rich where is the social mobility when all your money! is taken, normal people haven't got a chance
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